Jackson Bradley, a 6'2" 195 pound quarterback from Jacksonville, Florida, has committed to play football for Villanova. He was on an official visit to the school this weekend for the football team banquet, which was held on Saturday night. He will be joining the team as a preferred walk-on.
Extremely excited to say that I will be attending and playing football at Villanova University! pic.twitter.com/caC0YuY1aS— Jackson Bradley (@jacksonwbradley) January 24, 2015
In his senior season at Bishop Kenny, Bradley threw for over 2,700 yards with 34 TDs and 7 INTs. Operating out of a pro-style offense in high school, he offers a much different look than the already-committed Adeyemi Da Silva, who is a dual-threat quarterback that can do damage with both his arm and legs. With Zach Bednarczyk already on campus and Da Silva and Bradley joining in the summer, quarterback appears to be one of the deepest positions on the roster.
Johnson joins thirteen other known commitments in the Villanova football 2015 class: RB Jarrett McClenton, DL Bryan White, OL Keegan Sheedy, OL Louie Csaszar, RB D'Andre Pollard, QB Adeyemi Da Silva, LB Drew Wiley, ATH Brandon Chadbourn, OL Ethan Greenidge, LB Anthony Malaguti, RB Aaron Forbes, WR/TE Simon Bingelis and DE Jafonta Johnson.